Hey Everyone! Today is the sixth day of our 2016 STN Trip. Today we got to sleep in until noon because some of our classmates unfortunately got sick. I'm sending good thoughts their way so hopefully they'll get better soon! We met downstairs in the lobby and walked across the skyline to the Peach Tree food court. Technically this was lunch. We all went our separate ways to eat. I went with Herenui and got a ham and cheese sandwich from TJ Sandwiches. It was actually really good. After breakfast/lunch, we got in our vans and headed to Georgia University. We didn't really have time for our self guided tour so we just headed straight for the bookstore. The bookstore was merged with Barnes and Nobles. We had about 15 minutes to shop. I got a crewneck sweatshirt that said 'Georgia Tech', and some other small things. I thought Georgia tech had a nice campus and we saw cherry blossom trees and a squirrel. After the bookstore we had to return the vans. We walked back to the hotel and relaxed because the college football hall of game had already closed. For dinner we went to Metro Cafe. We sat in these booth table area up on top and we could hear people singing that were below at the karaoke bar. I sat on a table with Herenui, Kai, and Aron. We played a game where we couldn't look at our phones during dinner and whoever lost would have to do this dare. I actually won but we didn't make anyone do the dare. It was a good way to have people socialize instead of everyone on their phones during dinner. I had shrimp Alfredo. It was really good. After dinner we went back to our hotels and had our debrief. Tomorrow we may be going to the aquarium, World of Coca Cola, CNN and possibly the College Football hall of fame. I'm not sure yet. Until then, that is it for today's blog! I'm having so much fun on this STN Trip! Bye!
Hi! I'm Alaysia Navor, a third year student in the CKTV Media Productions class. I'll be publishing 2 blogs each week, posted to the left. You can also check out the tabs, "Inside Scoop" and "Projects" for some of my other work.
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